The Chief Commercial Officer at Ryanair Holdings PLC, David O'Brien, said this during a joint press conference with Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan in Kyiv, an Ukrinform correspondent reported.
“Good news – in general, in the summer of 2019, we will open 22 routes from Ukraine. There will be 11 countries, including four new ones,” O'Brien said.
According to him, Dublin (Ireland), Manchester (Britain), Sofia (Bulgaria), Paphos in Cyprus will be among the new destinations.
As reported, on Sunday, October 28, Ryanair started to operate flights from Kyiv (Boryspil International Airport) to six destinations in five European countries, namely Vilnius, Warsaw, Bydgoszcz, Barcelona, Bratislava and London.